Shakuntala Banaji
Shakuntala Banaji
Professor of Media, Culture and Social Change, Programme Director MSc MCD, LSE
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The media literacy of children and young people: A review of the research literature
D Buckingham, S Banaji, D Carr, S Cranmer, R Willett
Ofcom, 2005
Disempowering by assumption: How the rhetoric of ‘digital natives’ affects young people and influences civic organisations working with them
S Banaji
Deconstructing Digital Natives. London and New York: Routledge, 49-66, 2011
Rhetorics of creativity: a review of the literature
S Banaji, A Burn, D Buckingham
Centre for the Study of Children, Youth and Media, Institute of Education …, 2006
The Civic Web: Young People, the Internet and Civic Participation
S Banaji, D Buckingham
MIT Press, 2013
'Reading Bollywood': the young audience and Hindi films
S Banaji
Palgrave Macmillan, 2011
Young people, the Internet, and civic participation: An overview of key findings from the CivicWeb project
S Banaji, D Buckingham
International Journal of Learning and media 2 (1), 15-24, 2010
The trouble with civic: a snapshot of young people's civic and political engagements in twenty-first-century democracies
S Banaji
Journal of youth studies 11 (5), 543-560, 2008
The myth of youth apathy: Young Europeans’ critical attitudes toward democratic life
B Cammaerts, M Bruter, S Banaji, S Harrison, N Anstead
American Behavioral Scientist 58 (5), 645-664, 2014
Providing a platform for parents? Exploring the nature of parental engagement with school learning platforms
N Selwyn, S Banaji, C Hadjithoma‐Garstka, W Clark
Journal of computer assisted learning 27 (4), 314-323, 2011
Creativity through a rhetorical lens: Implications for schooling, literacy and media education
S Banaji, A Burn
Literacy 41 (2), 62-70, 2007
Youth participation in democratic life: stories of hope and disillusion
B Cammaerts, M Bruter, S Banaji, S Harrison, N Anstead, 2015
The civic sell: Young people, the internet, and ethical consumption
S Banaji, D Buckingham
Information, Communication & Society 12 (8), 1197-1223, 2009
Vigilante Publics: Orientalism, Modernity and Hindutva Fascism in India
S Banaji
Javnost-The Public 25 (4), 333-350, 2018
School use of learning platforms and associated technologies–case study: secondary school 1
C Jewitt, C Hadjithoma-Garstka, W Clark, S Banaji, N Selwyn
London knowledge Lab, 2010
Children and media in India: Narratives of class, agency and social change
S Banaji
Taylor & Francis, 2017
Apathy or alienation? Political passivity among youths across eight European Union countries
V Dahl, E Amnå, S Banaji, M Landberg, J Šerek, N Ribeiro, M Beilmann, ...
European Journal of Developmental Psychology 15 (3), 284-301, 2018
Citizens of nowhere land: Youth and news consumption in Europe
S Banaji, B Cammaerts
Journalism Studies 16 (1), 115-132, 2015
South Asian Media Cultures: Audiences, Representations, Contexts
S Banaji
Representations, Contexts, Anthem Press, London, 2011
Young adolescents and digital media: uses, risks and opportunities in low-and middle-income countries: a rapid evidence review
S Livingstone, A Nandi, S Banaji, M Stoilova
Gage, 2017
Children in communication about migration
L De Block, D Buckingham, S Banaji
CHICAM Final Report, 2005
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